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Minister of Environment, Water and Climate, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri

Zimbabwe minister denies losing breast after deadly bomb attack

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF chairperson Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri was reportedly dismayed by a privately owned newspaper report that she lost her left breast in the bombing at an election rally that killed two people last week.
Minister of Environment, Water and Climate, Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri

Minister’s breast ripped off during Zimbabwean bomb blast

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Environment, Climate and Water, Ms Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri, suffered injuries to her breast after the explosion that rocked the campaign rally of President Emmerson Mnangagwa last Saturday.

Report: Zimbabwe elections will be ‘nail-biting’

Elections due soon in Zimbabwe will be "nail-biting" now that a number of top allies of President Emmerson Mnangagwa have lost the right to contest parliamentary seats, the Daily News is reporting.

Reports: Zimbabwean heavyweights fall in Zanu-PF primary elections

A number of Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF heavyweights have reportedly fallen by the wayside in the party's primary elections.

Reports: Zimbabwean cannabis growers to pay high licence fee of $50,000

The Zimbabwean government has reportedly set high licence fees for those wishing to farm cannabis.

Report: Zimbabwean vice-president in South Africa for treatment of ‘undisclosed ailment’

Zimbabwean Vice President Kembo Mohadi is reportedly undergoing medical treatment for an undisclosed ailment in South Africa.

Reports: Robert Mugabe and wife Grace ‘refuse to vacate state house’

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe still has the keys to an official residence more than four months after he was forced to retire, a spokesperson has claimed.

Report: Robert Mugabe backed party faces divisions

A Zimbabwean opposition party that was reportedly backed by former president Robert Mugabe has since been hit by divisions, according to a report.

Report: Zimbabwean anti-graft agency closing in on Robert Mugabe ally

Zimbabwe’s anti-corruption agency was reportedly closing in on ex-president Robert Mugabe's ally who has been charged with graft.

Reports: Grace Mugabe’s farm in Zimbabwe seized

Illegal gold miners in Zimbabwe have seized a farm belonging to former first lady Grace Mugabe, local media reported, just four months after former president Robert Mugabe was ousted from power.

Report: Broke Air Zimbabwe on brink of collapse

Zimbabwe's state owned airline was reportedly financially struggling and was barely managing to ferry its passengers to various destination in and outside of the southern African country.

Zimbabwe’s President Mnangagwa advised to ‘allow Mugabe to take part in politics’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly been advised to allow ex-president Robert Mugabe to participate in political activities and support any party the former president chooses as long it is within the conscripts of the law.

Report: Grace Mugabe ‘used state-owned ivory as gifts for Asian first ladies’

Zimbabwe's former first lady Grace Mugabe ordered national parks officials to release ivory to her from its stowrerooms to be given as gifts to first ladies in Asia, a newspaper claimed Wednesday.

Zanu-PF warns Robert Mugabe not to “rock the boat”

Zimbabwe's ruling party and its allies have warned former president Robert Mugabe not to "rock the boat", a day after he was reported to have met with the country’s newest opposition leader.

Tanzania withdraws from UN refugee programme

Tanzanian President John Magufuli has announced his country will pull out of the UN’s “comprehensive refugee response framework”, which provides lasting solutions for refugees, including integration into host communities.

Expelled ex-Zanu-PF heavyweights say they’re ‘ready to rejoin party’ – report

Former Zanu-PF heavyweights, Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo, who were sacked from the ruling party some few years ago, have reportedly expressed their willingness to rejoin the party.

Zimbabwe’s Morgan Tsvangirai rejects reports he has ‘three months to live’

Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) party leader Morgan Tsvangirai has rejected reports that he is battling for his life in South Africa where he is receiving medical attention.

Zimbabwean Army warned Robert Mugabe he may end up like Muammar Gaddafi – aide

An aide to former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has revealed how generals warned him to step aside as protests against him grew, or face being “lynched” like Libya’s Moamer Kadhafi.

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